Episode 5: Higher Education

After WWII, four-year college education became democratized and over the years the four-year degree has increasingly become the defining educational requirement for many careers. But is a degree we’re meant to earn in our early 20s really equipped to set us up for life? In this episode we hear from Mitchell Stevens, a professor of Education at Stanford University, about the importance of lifelong learning in an era of longer career, and how higher education should be redefined to be more effective and more equitable.